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This is the Qur'an the holy book of muslims.
The founder of this religion would be Muhammud as you can see above. Accepted by Muslims throughout the world as the last of the prophets of god.
we followed five pillars of faith to live a good and responsible life.
shahadah salat zakat sawm hajj
Muslim culture is found all around the world, but primarily found in the middle east and North Africa. It originated in Mecca, Saudi Arabia. Some key features of the religion Islam. -Their has no son or partner -He is able to do everything -The word Allah occurs in the quran about 2,700. -Muslim people also believe in angels that obey Allah -Muslims believe in prophets and messengers of god -Muslims believe that Muhammad is the last prophet sent by Allah -Muslims believe in Al-Qatar, Divine Predestination Islamic bible <-Quran -> Sacred source for Muslims Muslims worshiped at a mosque (Islamic Church) Those who follow Islam are called Muslims
Historians believe that Islam originated in Mecca and Medina at the start of the 7th century. Century later, the islamic empire extended from lberia in the west to the Indus river in the east.
We affirm and uphold the scantity of all human life,the taking of which is amony the growest of all sins. We affirm the right to freedom of thought, religion, conscience, and expressions. We believe that god created us with all the diversity of race, religon, language, and belief to get know one another, respect one another, and uphold our collective human dignity. We affirm the right to security in one's livlihood,profession, and residance We believe that Islam is above all a religion of peace and money and that as Muslims we are obligated to model those traits in our lives and characters and to work for the god of our homeland and society, wherever that might be.
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